Inside Writing

Here we take you inside the world of writing and publishing from right inside your home.

For free.

Inside Writing is a Zoom talk show happening every Wednesday afternoon from 1-2 pm, Eastern Time—where the host and guests (writers, agents, editors) discuss the inside scoop on publishing and writing.

The host is Josh Sippie, the maestro of the Gotham Writers Conference. The guests will be ever-changing, each episode focusing on a particular genre or aspect of writing.

Audience members will be able to ask questions.


Inside Writing Season 4 “The Professionals,” starts August 4th. One-on-one interviews with people who have carved out creative careers for themselves.

Inside Writing Seasons 1, 2 and 3 have concluded. Season 1 dealt with publishing books, Season 2 with publishing short pieces, and Season 3 with the writing life. All seasons can be found on YouTube, or on any major podcast platform.


The best way to get “in the door” is to be on our mailing list, so you’re notified as soon as new sessions are posted.



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A chance to hear an author and agent talk about what it takes to get published in a particular genre of writing.
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Inside Writing

One-hour Zoom Talk Show

Place & Price

  • Zoom: real-time videoconference  info
    tuition: free

Upcoming shows:

Inside Writing—Erin Entrada Kelly

Wednesday September 29, 1–2 pm et

Erin Entrada Kelly is the author of the middle grade novels Hello Universe, winner of the Newbery Medal; We Dream of Space, a Newbery Honor book; Maybe, Maybe, Marisol Rainey; Lalani of the Distant Sea; You Go First; The Land of Forgotten Girls; and Blackbird Fly. Her short stories have appeared in the Dead Mule School of Southern Literature, Tayo Special Issue, and more. She is a contributor to Library Journal and was an award-winning writer and editor for Thrive Magazine.

Inside Writing—Tommy Dean

Wednesday October 6, 1–2 pm et

Tommy Dean is the Editor at Fractured Lit and Uncharted. He is the author of the flash fiction chapbook Special Like the People on TV from Redbird Chapbooks. His work has appeared in numerous literary publications, including BULL Magazine, The MacGuffin, The Lascaux Review, New World Writing, Pithead Chapel, and New Flash Fiction Review His story “You’ve Stopped” was chosen to be included in Best Microfiction 2019.

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Inside Writing—Erin Entrada Kelly
Wed, Sep 29, 1–2 pm et
Zoom Conference

Inside Writing—Tommy Dean
Wed, Oct 6, 1–2 pm et
Zoom Conference